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Welsh response to Archbishop’s claim that there is nothing improper about gay sex

The Archbishop of Wales, the Rt Revd Barry Morgan, has recently claimed that 'sex properly belongs' in committed same sex relationships and that the Bible can be interpreted as supporting such relationships, but the Evangelical Fellowship of the Church in Wales considers these remarks to be a licence to disregard biblical authority.

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Retired Archbishop (former GAFCON Chairman) urges South Sudanese leaders to preserve lives of citizens

The Retired Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Kenya and leader of All Africa Conference of Churches to South Sudan has urged the political leaders of South Sudan to preserve lives of citizens instead of struggling for power and wealth in the country.

CHAIRMAN’S LETTER

Chairman’s Aug 2016 Letter

In his latest letter, our Chairman, Archbishop Okoh reminds us of the promise of our Lord Jesus Christ ‘I will build my church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it’ (Matthew16:18). GAFCON recognises that the Church is not ours. It belongs to Jesus and it is Jesus who builds the Church through his word.

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Archbishop Jensen been the General Secretary of GAFCON since its beginnings in 2008. He is a graduate of the Universities of London, Sydney and Oxford and has taught Historical and Systematic Theology.  He was ordained in Sydney in 1969 and was the Principal of Moore Theological College from 1985 until he was elected Archbishop of Sydney in 2001, a post he held until he retired in 2013. He is the author of several books and gave the Boyer Lectures on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in 2005 on the subject of The Future of Jesus. He is married to Christine and they have five adult children and twenty four grandchildren.

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The Power of the Laity

It’s odd. Sometimes you would think that the Church is the business of the clergy only, and the laity count for little or nothing. Of course, earlier generations even used language (‘going into the Church’ when they meant entering the ministry) which betrayed such a way of thinking. As well, the services of decades ago were entirely conducted by the clergy with little or no lay participation, at least in my part of the world.

Where are we now? The aftermath of the January meeting of the Primates

In January this year, the Primates of the Anglican Communion were summoned by the Archbishop of Canterbury to a meeting. So serious is the crisis in the Communion about the authority of God’s word that almost every Primate attended.

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GAFCON works to guard and proclaim the unchanging, transforming Gospel through biblically faithful preaching and teaching that frees our churches to make disciples by a clear and certain witness to Jesus Christ in all the world.

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